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Much has already been made of Mumford & Sons’ abandonment of their beloved banjos for album number three. Yet anyone who’s seen the quartet live – which, when you consider…

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Two-and-a-half million copies of debut ‘Sigh No More’ shifted in the States alone. A bigger festival draw than a reformed Smiths with Rolf Harris on didgeridoo. Their very own continent-hopping…

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Banjos. Violins. Vocals that sound like a man passing a gall stone. The new Mumford & Sons track is here and – as hinted at by the new tracks they’ve…

Nights at Communion, the club collective started by Mumford’s [b]Ben Lovett[/b], are always pretty impressive, but tonight the ante has definitely been upped. Scottish singer [b]Rachel Sermanni[/b] gets the ball…

Yes, it’s long been associated with flower-y dresses, fingerpicked guitar and people – folk, even – who would most likely hit the deck were you to so much as breathe…